The Rest of God

God is simply reminding us that our roles are limited. He’s giving us a gift of rest and he’s reminding us that it’s him, and it’s always been him, who will bring this work to fruition. And when God works, it is always good.

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When Things Fall Apart

Sometimes, even in ministry, everything just falls apart.  The foundation has crumbled, the walls have collapsed, the seed has rotted, and the sprouts are choked by weeds and burnt by the sun.  Sometimes by the end, there’s nothing to show for our years of efforts.

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Working for a Harvest

Like our friends in the fields we must always be alert and ready, mud sticks in hand, for what might devour what we’ve sown. We must always keep watch and reinforce any weak parts of the fence. And like them, we must fight this battle together…

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A Light In the Darkness

Our headlady told us about the time the spirits which possess her forced her to run halfway across the island on swollen knees, running so fast that no one could catch her, then made her crawl around on all fours and start acting like a cow.

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Children of God

Our children have become some of the regular village kids. They squat nearby as they watch a man build his canoe. They gather in the crowded cooking hut with all the other village kids to eat a plate of rice and sour mango salad…

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Our Double Lives

Where we are now is about as close as we can come to being on the exact opposite side of the world from where we were just a month ago. Sometimes that’s what it can feel like, going from one side of the planet to the other – like we’re standing upside down…

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Heading Back

In just a few short weeks, we’ll be heading back to Madagascar! After nearly 20,000 miles of travel in the US it’s finally time to return and rejoin the work of God in reaching the Antakarana people on Nosy Mitsio…

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AUDIO: Waiting Faithfully

Listen to Adam and Lora share a message about the work among the Antakarana in Madagascar, about the season of Pentecost, and about what it means to be empowered by the Holy Spirit while in a time of waiting for the fulfillment of God’s promises. We hope this message can encourage you as you seek to follow God.

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Asking for Help

We want to let you know what our needs are at this time so that you can have an opportunity to help, to join us in what God’s doing to reach the unreached Antakarana people of Madagascar…

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Video Introduction

Watch this video for an introduction to the Antakarana people and our work among them

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Weve had a great first week back in the US, enjoyed spending time with family, and celebrating Matimus 8th birthday!  Tomorrow well be heading to YWAM Ozarks to begin the second part of our sabbatical there.  Excited about it!

We've had a great first week back in the US, enjoyed spending time with family, and celebrating Matimu's 8th birthday! Tomorrow we'll be heading to YWAM Ozarks to begin the second part of our sabbatical there. Excited about it! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

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We had a great time in Dumphries last week (our former village in South Africa during our time in the Peace Corps)! We were showered with generosity and hospitality. It was so awesome to see how everyone's doing and how so many of the kids we worked with are growing up. We enjoyed visiting the schools we worked at and we also enjoyed catching up with our host family. God has blessed us with a great time and great relationships in this part of South Africa! Here are a few of our favorite photos (and our favorite people) from Dumphries.

Tomorrow we board the plane to return to the US to continue our sabbatical for a time there!
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4 weeks ago

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11 years ago, Lora and I left the US and moved to South Africa as Volunteers with the US Peace Corps, where we lived and worked in a rural village for about 2 1/2 years. We then went back to the US when Matimu was born, just before moving to Madagascar as missionaries with YWAM, where we've lived ever since. This week we'll be visiting our village here in South Africa again! The last time we've seen any of them was over three years ago, so we're excited for this chance to make another visit! ... See MoreSee Less

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4 weeks ago

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Tomorrow we leave YWAM Worcester. The time has gone by so fast! It's been really good for us to spend the last few months here. We've made great new friends, have had some great times of prayer and fellowship, and have had some good training regarding "missionary member care". We're sad to leave but we're also looking forward to what's ahead! We'll spend the next few days road-tripping across South Africa, then visiting the village where we used to live as Peace Corps Volunteers, and then finally heading to the US for an extended visit (continuing our time of "sabbatical"). So we have plenty of good times ahead. God is always good to us! ... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

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We enjoyed taking the Missionary Care Foundations Course for the last few weeks here at YWAM Worcester. We think that what we learned and discussed will be really helpful for us with future teams in Madagascar!

We enjoyed taking the "Missionary Care Foundations Course" for the last few weeks here at YWAM Worcester. We think that what we learned and discussed will be really helpful for us with future teams in Madagascar! ... See MoreSee Less

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